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Bride asks if she's wrong for booting family from wedding after kid cried during vows

Bride asks if she's wrong for booting family from wedding after kid cried during vows

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Are you allowed to kick someone out of your wedding because their child cried during your vows?

What if you didn't even invite the child in the first place?

That's what people are debating after one bride asked Reddit's "Am I the a-hole?" forum for advice.

The bride said her intention was for the wedding to be child-free:

I got married this past Saturday. It was a very small affair with less than 70 people in attendance. I opted for a childfree wedding due to both costs and convenience. I like kids, just not at my wedding.

Most people were fine with the childfree aspect. The wedding was announced a year in advance so most people could find accommodations.

Her sister claimed that her childcare fell through at the last minute:

The problem is my sister who was one of four bridesmaids. She has two boys, one is 2 and other is 5. Thursday she drops that her sitter fell through, and she asked for them to be allowed at the wedding. I felt pressured, but she begged for them to come. I told her as long as they behaved and her husband kept an eye on them.

Sources: Reddit
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